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2011

Provision of emergency water and sanitation support in Hiraan region and Wanlaweyn district (Somalia)

Somalie

Titre : Provision of emergency water and sanitation support in Hiraan region and Wanlaweyn district (Somalia)

Pays /Région : Somalie

Code projet : CHF-DMA-0489-099

Durée : 20-06-2011 // 20-06-2012

Contexte
Hiran region has remained at crisis levels since Gu’ 09 and according to the FSNAU Nutrition Analysis, Post Deyr 2010/11technical report released on February 25, 2011 indicated that 70% of the total population in Hiran region is in crisis with 129,000 in HE and 63,000 in AFLC. Furthermore, both FSNAU Post Deyr 2010/11 technical report and rapid inter-agency drought assessment in west Hiran region indicated that Southern Inland Pastoral of Hiran region as the most threatened by the water crisis where livestock deaths reported due to the scarcity of water and pasture.

Présentation
In Wanlaweyn district, FSNAU Post Deyr 2010/11 technical report indicated that Lower Shabelle population in crisis has increased to 9,000 of rural population with early warning level of high risk to AFLC (25% poor) in the southern agropastoral in Wanlaweyn district areas. However, the populations of both project target locations have either lack or using open water sources while most of the populations have limited access to sanitation facilities deteriorating to the public health With funding support of CHF emergency window, WARDI currently started the implementation of the project entitled as “Emergency Rehabilitation of Strategic Boreholes in Hiraan Region”. In addition to that, the activities under this project include : 1. Rehabilitation of 3 boreholes in Buqkoosaar, Buqcaqable and Bilal villages ; 2. Rehabilitation of 4 water catchments in Biyoneef, Dhariyow, Raangaabo and Raso villages through cash for work ; 3. WES committees training ; 4. Training for community hygiene promoters at 7 target villages ; 5. Supporting hygiene promotion among communities at 7 target villages through PHAST methodology ; 6. Soap distribution to support hygiene promotion at 7 target villages

Porteur du projet : WARDI (WARDI Relief and Development Initiatives)

Financement : Nations Unies

Contribution : 340,000.00

United Nations Development Group

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